MESSIAH in JEWISH SCRIPTURE
If you could sit down and talk-honestly-about God with someone you trusted, would you say God seems distant and out of reach? You are not alone. Join Michelle Beadle on a journey through Scripture to discover how God, through Messiah, enables us to actually know Him, and to experience His love, joy, and peace.
WHAT READERS SAYS
Michelle has presented an invaluable correlation of prophecies in her book “Messiah In Jewish Scripture.” She takes you on a journey that is insightful and inspirational as it leads you to the undeniable conclusion that Yeshua-Adonai was and is the long awaited Messiah. Her presentation provides proof from fulfilled prophecy that is both logical and simple to understand. Her review of archaeological discoveries, and scientific facts that were not proven until centuries after they were recorded in scripture affirm that the texts have been accurately preserved throughout the centuries and establish it provides a reliable account of the history of Isreal. Michelle has provided a resource that that is a wealth of information to both Jewish and non-Jewish people as they search for answers to heartfelt elusive questions that plague many of us…I commend her for her courage, dedication and commitment to share the truth and stand as a beacon for all that have been persecuted for their faith
Author of How To Find the Real Deal Without Getting A Raw Deal
Referring to the most basic statements about Yeshua that correlate with prophecies about the Messiah in Jewish Scripture, Michelle has constructed a simple, logical, progression of facts leading to the undeniable conclusion that Yeshua is absolutely the Messiah, Adonai. This is a treasured gift given to all by way of thorough research. Speaking personally, I’m grateful to have been counted among those who may access the wealth of education, and inspiration through her text. Michelle has provided an invaluable reference for anyone seeking to verify Yeshua as Messiah, Adonai.
Mrs. Anne Friedman
Masters in Teaching
More Great Reviews
This is an amazing book. Michelle Beadle draws from her vast experience in ministry and as a teacher to put together a curriculum that will educate and inspire the reader. While written from a perspective of a Messianic Jew, the content is beneficial to readers of diverse backgrounds and cultures. The material provides tremendous insight and direction to all readers. If that person is a new believer in Messiah Yeshua/Jesus or is someone seeking to learn the basic foundations to come to faith or is a Gentile Christian or a Jewish believer who wants to learn ways to share their faith and hope with others; each will each find insight and knowledge that has immediate application and will continue to encourage and foster spiritual growth.
Suzy Linett, Founder of Devar Shalom Ministries and ordained pastor.
Highly recommended! Great book revealing the Jewishness of the Messiah who has already come! Author Michelle Beadle brilliantly makes her case in a very readable, warm style. She establishes the reliability of the Tanakh (Old Testament) and the Bible’s Messianic prophecies by examining biblical text and supporting it with rabbinical, archaeological, and scientific evidence. Each chapter builds on the preceding one and includes a helpful review at the beginning and a compelling summary at the end. She skillfully but lovingly sheds light on several key Jewish misunderstandings today about the nature of the Messiah and she affirms the unity of God (in the Shema, for example) for those who believe in Messiah–both Jews and gentiles–as well as those who do not yet believe. The book can be used for personal study and is especially well-designed for group study.
About the Author
Michelle Beadle is the daughter and granddaughter of German Jewish holocaust survivors, a first generation American. She grew up attending a synagogue founded by German Jewish survivors in NYC. At the age of 20 she met her Messiah. From that day on, her life changed.
"You Shall Love Adonai your god with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength."
Rabbi Hirsch, in his commentary on the meaning of the word ahav – love in the Torah, writes that the meaning of the word is “…both to give of oneself and to bring oneself to God. It is the feeling of striving to get the closest attachment to God by completely giving oneself up to Him and endeavoring to make Him attached to you.” Samson Raphael Hirsch, The Pentatuch: Translated and Explained, 2nd ed., vol. 5, Deuteronomy trans. Isaac Levy (London: Jewish Press, 1966), 91.
Judaism teaches us that we should love God. But how can we love someone we do not know? How can we love someone who cannot be seen? Join Michelle on a journey through Scripture to discover how you can have an intimate, loving, personal relationship with God.